hepadnavirus


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Related to hepadnavirus: picornavirus, Hepacivirus
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a group of animal DNA viruses including viruses of ducks and woodchucks and squirrels and others as well as the virus causing hepatitis B in humans

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ETHBV can be considered a new extant hepadnavirus associated with hepatitis in the elegant-crested tinamou.
Frequent amplification of c-myc in ground squirrel liver tumors associated with past or ongoing infection with a hepadnavirus.
Hepatitis B is a DNA virus classified as a hepadnavirus, which replicates in the liver but is found in other sites of the body.
Los papovavirus, por ejemplo, tienen DNA y estan asociados con tumores malignos; los hepadnavirus constituyen una familia entre los cuales se halla el virus de la hepatitis B y es el patogeno humano de la misma.
Hepatocellular carcinoma in black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludivicianus): tumor morphology and immunohistochemistry for hepadnavirus core and surface antigens.
En el primer grupo se encuentran los virus con ADN, entre los que se incluyen miembros de las familias Poxvirus, Herpervirus, Adenovirus, Papovavirus y Hepadnavirus (Carrasco y Almendral del Rio, 2006).
It is caused by a DNA hepadnavirus surrounded by a core and an envelope with at least 4 subtypes.
Intrahepatic expression of genes affiliated with innate and adaptive immune responses immediately after invasion and during acute infection with woodchuck hepadnavirus.
Hepatit A, picornaviruslerden, hepadnavirus ailesinin tek uyesi olan hepatit A virusuyle (HAV) olusan akut nekroinflamatuar karaciger hastali gidir.
With inhibitory activities against HBV DNA replications in vitro and in vivo, 3TC is usually used as positive control in anti-HBV research with the effect of inhibiting hepadnavirus replication in 2.
2004) hepadnavirus que infectan a primates no humanos del Viejo Mundo (chimpances, gorilas, orangutanes y gibones, entre otros) y un viras que infecta al mono lanudo del Nuevo Mundo (Figura 3).
However, the hepadnavirus isolated from woolly monkeys (Lagothrix lagotricha)--woolly monkey HBV (WMHBV) clearly is a new member of the Hepadnaviridae family.
This finding raised the possibility that baboons were naturally infected with a hepadnavirus.